Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topic: Tatian, ca. 120-173 Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=tL8uvOzLZTEC&oe=UTF-8
Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Tatian, ca. 120-173, Bible Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=l90AAAAAMAAJ&oe=UTF-8
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Tatian, ca. 120-173, Bible Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=RCdag3gbOJIC&oe=UTF-8
Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Tatian, ca. 120-173, German language Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=FiESAAAAMAAJ&oe=UTF-8
byLatin Original; Tatian. English generated using Douay-Rheims; D.R.Smith. Irish generated using Na Cheithre Soisgéil; D.R.Smith
This is a hypothetical work, based on the San Gaul 56 manuscript, and Father Peter O' Leary's translation of the four Gospels from Latin, into Irish. It is in three languages, in three columns per page, divided by page to follow the divisions in the original manuscript. The pretence involved is that Father Peter had the SG56 manuscript before him, rather than the Latin Gospels of the Vulgate. Topics: Diatessaron, Latin, English, Irish, Seanchló núa, Tatian
This is a zip file of my website: http://sangallensis56tatian.comze.com which is mirrored at: http://sangallensis.150m.com The site is an interpretation of the Latin and Old High German text transcribed by Sievers, and an English translation is added as the middle column. Also, parallel Latin and English gospels, annotated by both chapter and verse, and Ammonian sections is linked to the text, illustrating how the translation was effected Topics: Latin, Diatessaron, Tatian, Ammonius, Sievers, Gospel harmony, The Forgotten Gospel
The Latin Diatessaron is a ?7th? century manuscript, by an Irish hand, in Medieval Latin, with parallel Old High German text. Downloaded from: http://www.e-codices.unifr.ch/en/csg/0056/25/x-large in JPEG format, using the highest definition images, unmodified in any way, other than importing into PDF. This was probably the very book which Saint Boniface held above his head as protection when he was martyred in the Low Countries. The missing page tops are a probable witness to the crude repair... Topics: Latin, Diatessaron, Tatian, Ammonius, Sievers, Gospel harmony, The Forgotten Gospel
byAuthor of Latin Original: Tatian, aka Ammonius. Author of translation: David R Smith.
A translation of the Codex Sangallensis 56 Latin Diatessaron, working from Sievers transliteration of the text, and comparison of the Stuttgart Vulgate and the Douay Rheims Bible, using 'Fragment Substitution' as the primary tool. Recent work on the primary English translation has revealed some minor errors. These have been corrected, and the document is re-issued as Revised June 2013. Topics: Sievers, Stuttgart Vulgate, Douay Rheims, Tatian, Ammonious, Diatessaron
byTatian, ca. 120-173; Victor, Saint, Bishop of Capua, 6th cent; Lacaita, C. C. (Charles Carmichael), 1853-1933, former owner; Lacaita, Mary, d. 1924, former owner.
Cite as : MS Richardson 25. Houghton Library, Harvard University. Provenance : Bequest of William K. Richardson, 1951. ; Belonged to Mary and Charles Lacaita, Selham, Sussex (bookplate: Caroli ac Mariae Lacaitae Filiorvmque; Selham, Sussex); London, Sothebyâs, 20 July 1936 (lot 9); Maggs; bought by Richardson, 1936. Restrictions : No restrictions on access copy. Topics: Latin, Diatessaron, Tatian, Ammonius, American manuscript, Gospel harmony, The Forgotten Gospel
byTatian, or Ammonius, Traditional, Victor of Capua, Translation by David R Smith.
This is, 're-typeset' Codex Bonifatius 1, otherwise known as the Codex Fuldensis, or the Victor Codex.This is a New Testament Vulgate, assembled by Victor, Bishop of Capua, using Tatian's Harmony of the Gospels in place of the individual Gospels. Topics: New Testament, Diatessaron, Latin, Victor of Capua, Tatian, Ammonius, English translation, Douay...
This is a dissertation from 1912. It has 52 pages. The author is analyzing the manuscript [Gregory-Aland number 713] with respect to various manuscript traditions of the New Testament. The manuscript is important for its unique addition at Mat 17:26, which very probably comes from the Diatessaron of Tatian. Digitized by Wieland Willker, 2010, email@example.com Topics: New testament, manuscript, codex, 713, E351, Matthew, August Pott, Tatian, Diatessaron, genealogy
Title : Victoris, episcopi Capuani, interpretatio Harmoniarum Ammonii Alexandrini, et Diatessaron Tatiani in quatuor evangelia Date of publication : 0801-0900 Type : manuscrit Language : Latin Format : Parchemin. - 113 feuillets Ã longues lignes, plus une petite bande 84. - bis. - 235 Ã 187 mm. - Reliure dos de veau blanc sur bois Copyright : domaine public Identifier : ark:/12148/btv1b8449015d Source : BibliothÃ¨que Carnegie de Reims, Ms. 46 Description : Contient : Â« Incipit... Topics: Latin, Diatessaron, Tatian, Ammonius, French manuscript, Gospel harmony, The Forgotten Gospel
This is a study of Codex Bonifatius I, (Codex Fuldensis, or Viktor Codex), made by Ernestus Ranke in 1868, It contains, in place of the four separate Gospels, the Gospel Harmony attributed to Tatian, or Ammonius.The language is Ecclesiastical Latin for the commentaries, and 5th Century Latin for the New Testament texts.My re-typesetting is limited to the first 516 pages, after which, pages from the original source file are substituted. Whereas the first 516 pages are formatted to A4, the... Topics: Codex Fuldensis, Viktor Codex, Codex Bonifatius I, Ernestus, Ranke, Tatian, Ammonius, Victor Capua
Margory Goates' edition of the 'Pepysian Gospel Harmony,' a Middle English Gospel Harmony based on a now-lost Old French Gospel Harmony, which itself bore some relation to Tatian's Diatessaron. It it known as the 'Pepysian Gospel Harmony' because the manuscript, now in Magdalene College, Cambridge, was once owned by the (in)famous Samuel Pepys. Topics: Bible, Gospels, Middle English, Samuel Pepys, Gospel Harmony, Tatian, Diatessaron, Syriac, Oriens...
Anti-nicene fathers of the church Ante-Nicene Volume 1 Justin Martyr, Irenaeus, and other Apostolic Fathers Ante-Nicene Volume 2 Hermas, Tatian, Athenagoras, Theophilus, and Clement of Alexandria Ante-Nicene Volume 3 Tertullian Ante-Nicene Volume 5 Hippolytus, Cyprian, Caius, and Novatian Ante-Nicene Volume 7 Lactantius, Asterius Urbanus, Victorinus, Dionysius of Rome, and Early Liturgies Ante-Nicene Volume 10 Deutero-Canonical Gospels, The Epistles of Clement, Origen's Commentary on John... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: anti, anti-nicene, anti nicene, nicene, fathers, fathers of the church, church, bible, christian,...
Dedica; Ai ;ettori; Un' Ode Oraziana; Gli Annali greci de C. Acilio e Q. Claudio Quadrigario; Legio I Liberatrix Macriana; I Senatori pedarii; Vindice e la critica moderna; La lex de Imperio Vespasiani; Il Frammento Berlinese "De Dediticiis"; Acolio e gli scrittori della Storia Augusta; Origine degli "Annales Maximi"; Cecilia Attica; La Diarchia Romana; Le "Stationes Municipiorum"; Tacfarinata; Un prefetto di Egitto zio di Seneca; Un "Curator Tiberis" un... Topics: Acilius, C, Acolius, Cecilia Attica, Horace, Justinian I, Emperor of the East, 483?-565, Macer, L....